Supporting Migrants Every Step of the Way


Throughout history, people have left their homelands in hope of finding better opportunities, safety and a better life for them and their families – ambitions all of us aspire to. Migration is a brave physical expression of the human will to triumph over danger, poverty and misfortune, to take one’s life into their own hands […]

Cairns Graduates Overcome Adversity

On August 29, STEPS Education and Training in Cairns successfully graduated the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing and Disability) class of March 2019. And while the recent graduates are from a range of diverse backgrounds, each with its own set of challenges, one young man – Fabien Rwigema – stands out as one […]

From the Trainer’s Desk – Janine Maclennan

Skills for Education and Employment Trainer Janine

We recently caught up with Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Trainer Janine in Alice Springs Janine brings a wealth of experience to the STEPS team. She has lived and worked in many diverse regional areas across Australia and worked in various roles including: local council employee in the Mutitjulu Community, as a travelling senior florist all across […]

Our Alice Springs Student Community – ‘Ricky’ Miller

There’s no doubt that it is the people and personalities that are the fabric of our community. Here we get to know one of our students and learn a bit more about his interests and goals. Ricky is well known for putting a smile on people’s faces! Where are you from? Alice Springs What class are […]

Darwin students are sew generous


Darwin locals are showing their true colours in a quilt-making project, which will be donated to a disability college in Queensland when completed. The quilt, which is being made in the colours of the Aboriginal flag, is being made for NAIDOC Week by students from the STEPS Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program. The […]